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5 Reasons to Tape Your Mouth Closed While Sleeping

1000's of Australians are taping their mouths closed while they sleep - and you should too.

Find Out The 5 Biggest Reasons Why Below:

1. Mouth Breathing Can Cause Snoring

Not only is mouth breathing bad for your health and dental hygiene (we'll get to that later).

Mouth breathing can also be the cause of your snoring.

When I started mouth taping the first thing my partner noticed was that I wasn't snoring anymore.

That alone made it the best investment in my health this year.

And I'm not alone either, a number of our customers have already reported similar results:

2. Mouth Breathing Causes Dry Mouth and Dental Issues

Mouth breathing directly affects dental health by causing the drying of oral structures and the decrease of saliva production.

Saliva acts to neutralise acid in the mouth and helps to flush away bacteria.

Without saliva and its beneficial protective mechanisms, risk of decay and periodontal disease, the pathological inflammation of the gum and bone support surrounding the teeth, increases.

During sleep, mouth breathing decreases intra oral pH as compared to normal breathing.

This lowered pH can lead to erosion of tooth surfaces, increased sensitivity of the teeth to temperatures and susceptibility to tooth decay.

3. Mouth Breathing Can Affect Sleep Quality

People who breathe through their mouth at night may experience symptoms of poor sleep quality such as waking up tired and irritable, chronic fatigue, brain fog and dark circles under the eyes.

This is because breathing through the mouth during sleep can lead to snoring, sleep apnea, and fragmented sleep.

4. Mouth Breathing Causes Bad Breath

Mouth breathing can disrupt the natural balance of bacteria in the mouth, potentially leading to bad breath and oral infections.

If you wake up with a dry mouth, sore throat, and bad breath, chances are it's due to mouth breathing.

5. You Sleep 8 Hours Every Night

The biggest reason to tape your mouth closed while you sleep is to prevent mouth breathing.

Hopefully after reading this you don't mouth breathe during the day.

If you breathe through your mouth during exercise that's only a small amount of your breathing each day.

However, if you breathe through your mouth while sleeping then that's a full 8 hours of mouth breathing every single night!

There are other reasons to tape your mouth closed while sleeping, including mouth breathing causing you to get sick more often, but those are the 5 big ones.

For me not snoring anymore was enough of a reason.

So are you ready to experience the benefits of mouth tape?

If so we have developed what I think is the best mouth tape on the market.

It stays on all night, doesn't damage your lips and the unique shape allows you to breathe through the sides of your mouth so you aren't suffocated.

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